The lawyers want the White House to be able to claim executive executive rights over documentary information and interviews with White House officials, the sources said.
The White House's review of executive-right claims is legal, but could lead to a political debate on perceptions. President Donald Trump tries to protect certain information of the public from an investigation that is swirling around him since the first day of his presidency.
Attorneys at the Department of Justice may advise against certain allegations if they do not consider themselves legally acceptable. If Trump asserts executive privileges, the decision could be brought to trial if Democrats were to do so with certainty.
"There are always tensions between what looks best politically, and what the interests of the institution ̵
While Trump's personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani suggested using privileges to keep parts of the report from the public's viewpoint, the problem lies with the White House, not with the president's personal advocates.
The Department of Justice and the White House refused to comment.
As the White House prepares for Mueller's inquiry, some officials say there is a sense of concern about the contents of the report, even though they welcome the end of the probe. 19659002] A person close to the president's defense team warned with a note of concern about how much Mueller had complied with his investigation.
"Let's bring the plane to the runway and see what we get," Quelle said.
But Trump, who spent part of this weekend beating up Müller on Twitter, does not plan to go blind by what the Department of Justice may be revealing to the Congress and the public of the report. Instead, his lawyers expect content to be viewed first.
During his hearing last year, Barr said he had "no idea what the report said," he said, "someone could claim an executive privilege" if "there's material to which it belongs . " Executive privilege claim could be raised. "
Barr has wide discretion, under the existing rules, to decide what he should or should not share with lawmakers – but the issue could ultimately be subject to more extensive litigation.
Both Democratic and Republican legislators have repeatedly stressed The importance of transparency in the release of Parliament Conclusions of the two-year investigation due to Russia's interference in the 2016 elections.
"The White House should not advise the Attorney General What should it share and not share It is up to the Attorney General, and he is independent in this case," said Mark Tuohey, a former prosecutor involved in previous special investigations.
"The Special Lawyer's report, which could be the subject of a summary of the AG, focuses on a possible conduct of the President of the United States and his assistants and co-workers." This is not an affair with the White House before the matter sent to Congress, "he said.
But Tuohey said it would be appropriate for the Department of Justice to give the White House office an opportunity to weigh certain information that might be subject to executive privileges.
Mueller's confidential report is expected to be held every day by Barr.
The upcoming release of the report has resulted in some presidential advocates concluding that Muller dropped his request for a seat interview with Trump, which would benefit the White House and its legal department.
Indeed, many of Trump's aides see the conclusion of Mueller's term – symbolically used up to a few months of administration – as a positive development that could enable the President and his team to move forward.
That seemed to be Trump's optimistic view on Monday, when he tweeted his belief the report turned out to be a fraud.
"Few think it's legitimate, we'll find out soon?" he wrote.